Michael B Connolly

Professor

Phone:
(305) 284-5540
Locator Code:
6550

 
Career

Education

1969Ph.D. Economics University of Chicago
1967M.S. Economics University of Chicago
1964B.A. Economics University of California at Berkeley
1963 Certificate, Certificat d’Etudes Université de Bordeaux

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: International finance, trade and development | Currency boards and exchange speculation

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: International finance, trade and development | Currency boards and exchange speculation

Professional Experience

1987 - Professor, Economics, Miami Herbert Business School
2007 - Professor, Finance, Hunan University
2015 - 2015Visiting Professor, Duke University
2006 - 2012Faculty in Residence, Duke in New York
2004 - 2007Chief Scientist, Project 985, Hunan University
2002 - 2003Consultant, Dominican Republic and Jamaica, Sovereign Bond Underwriting, UBS Warburg

Honors & Acknowledgements

Doctorate Honoris Causae Universidad Norbert Wiener, Lima, Peru
University of Miami School of Business Administration Excellence in Teaching Award, 1990, 1999, 2000
Research

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: Effects of currency boards and/or dollarization on risk premia in emerging markets

Publications

With Cheng Li Government Consumption Spending and Growth in the OECD Countries (submitted to the Journal of Economic Policy Reform. February 2016).


Ronald McKinnon’s Contributions to Economics (working paper prepared for the Singapore Journal of Economics. ).


With Cheng Li Government spending and economic growth in the OECD countries,” Journal of Economic Policy Reform 386-395 (19(4) Journal of Economic Policy Reform. December 2016).


Yong Chen, Michael Connolly, Wenjin Tang and Tie Su The Value of Mortgage Prepayment and Default Options 840–861 (29(9) The Journal of Futures Markets. 2009).


Measuring the Effect of Corruption on Sovereign Bond Ratings (10(4) Journal of Economic Policy Reform. 2007).


Op ed with Steve H. Hanke "China Syndrome" A22 (The Wall Street Journal. May 9, 2005).

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The End of the MBA as We Know It? 365-368 (2(4) Academy of Management Learning Education. Dec. 2003).


Robert A. Mundell: A Profile 585-594 (9(4) Review of International Economics. Nov. 2001).